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Old   March 11, 2020, 13:10
Default Remeshing for two different domain in Dynamic Mesh
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Hello everyone,

I have two domain as solid plate and room in Fluent and a velocity inlet in the room. I would like to move the velocity inlet and see the temperature differences on the plate. In order to see that I´m using dynamic mesh with a UDF code. Everything is working very well till this part.

Remeshing and Smoothing modes are turned on and I set the velocity inlet as a rigid body and others as deforming bodies. Furthermore I have 6 prism layers between the solidplate and the room. However, when I preview the mesh motion prisim layers do not deform and they just stretch, thus after a time step it gives error. I played with the values in remeshing and deforming sections but could not find the right way to solve the problem. Could anyone have any idea how could I solve this problem? Thanks in advance.

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